1. What kinds of advice do parents give to their children?
I think the most common form of advice is helping a child care for themselves. For instance, it is important to offer advice on emotional wellbeing, relationships, cooking, cleaning and maintaining overall health.
2. How do experts give advice to others?(e.g. a doctor gives advice to his patients?)
In most cases, doctors and other experts will sit a patient down in a room to give them advice. In this day an age, more doctors are sending emails to patients, so they can reference the advice whenever needed.
3. What advice do parents give to teenagers about making friends?
Usually, parents advise teenagers to be themselves whenever making friends. It is often a worry that teenagers will sacrifice their needs to satisfy potential friends. Of course, following basic manners is also very helpful, as is smiling.
4. Whose advice is more helpful? Parents’ or friends’?
It depends on the situation. I feel more teenagers follow the advice of their friends, because their friends can relate to them better. Often, parental advice feels outdated for teenagers, because of the generation gap.